In the United States expressed concern about Russia’s influence on the perception of the election results

As writes Reuters, citing American sources, the US intelligence believes that Russia is unable to use cyber espionage to change the results of the presidential elections that will be held on 8 November. However, do not exclude the possibility that Moscow “will continue to intervene [in the election process. — after the vote ends, in order to sow doubt in the legitimacy of the result” of the election.

This rating reflects “a widespread concern among the US Agency responsible for exploration,” that Russia will probably “continue to shake the mechanisms of American democracy”, the Agency said.

Sources Reuters in the field of security Russia is probably the “x for exploration, wow, to sow doubt in the legitimacy of the result”Identica elections that p does not rule out attempts and a “sponsored by Russia of undermining the election day”. In recent weeks, the Department of homeland security “has gathered evidence of probable Russian”,” scan public databases and computer systems associated with the vote.” “Did they enter [in these databases and systems. —] — not clear”, — said one of interlocutors of the Agency.

At the same time, Reuters notes, “decentralized” American electoral system “makes it extremely challenging attempts to undermine the electoral process”. Instead, it is more likely, according to sources of Agency that Russia is using hacking tools in order to expose or fabricate the signs of election fraud” to “delegitimiziruet the result of the vote”.

“I think it would be correct to say that Russia does not think that they are able to dictate the outcome [of the elections. —]”, — said a member of the intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff of the US house of representatives. He noted that the Russian intelligence during the counting of votes after the election, probably, “will see the documents obtained as a result of the break-ins, in search of those who would be to publish”.

Several sources told Reuters that they fear that even the individual transactions that will bring down the voting system in the offline, can lead to the undermining of confidence in the electoral process.